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Tfw forgot a couple of mentions to br0gram files xd

Wazakindjes 1 year ago
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@@ -74,7 +74,7 @@ __If you want it to start at user login and restart when it dies__:
 * Find/download the [configuration file](ass/str0kem.xml) and import that shit (you can remove it when it's imported so doesn't matter where the fuck you put em =])
 * In the dial0g that pops up you'll notice the word `CHANGEME` under `General` > `Security options`, so change that shit to your own user
 * Go to the `Triggers` tab and edit the `At log on` triggur, edit the `CHANGEME` here too
-* Now open the `Actions` tab and confirm that the path to `str0kem.exe` exists (default is a direct0ry under `Program Files`), also make sure the `libmysql.dll` is next to the `.exe`
+* Now open the `Actions` tab and confirm that the path to `str0kem.exe` exists (default is a direct0ry under `%LOCALAPPDATA%`), also make sure the `libmysql.dll` is next to the `.exe`
 
 Wind0ngs will try to start the pr0gram every minute (can't do it m0ar often w/ Task Scheduler lol) as well as at user l0g0n, but it won't run duplicate instances. You __could__ run it as a service but there's no way to run it just for a specific user. ;]
 
@@ -119,7 +119,7 @@ Also, if shit like writing to log fails we obviously cannot log that on disk any
 You'll need to call the hidden binary directly: `/Applications/str0kem.app/Contents/MacOS/str0kem`
 
 ### Wind0ngs
-Since `cmd` won't wait for GUI/`WinMain` applications to finish (i.e. returns to prompt), you gotta use a bogus pipe: `"%PROGRAMFILES%\str0kem\str0kem.exe" | rem`
+Since `cmd` won't wait for GUI/`WinMain` applications to finish (i.e. returns to prompt), you gotta use a bogus pipe: `"%LOCALAPPDATA%\str0kem\str0kem.exe" | rem`
 Otherwise any `printf` output will be mixed together with y0 prompt and shit. =]
 
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